updated 03:20 pm EDT, Fri April 6, 2007
Magic Home Moodseer
Magic Home Entertainment has unveiled the Moodseer, its particular twist on multi-room music systems. A base station with either 200GB or 1.5TB of storage both streams music wirelessly to remote hubs known as Moodspots. In contrast to other hubs, its music can be sorted into any of a dozen mood categories and cued on command, saving the trouble of picking individual artists or albums or crafting playlists. The entire system is controlled through Nokia-made wireless tablets that can set music independently for each zone through Ethernet or Wi-Fi. Music is either transferred directly to the base or ripped through CDs.
The central Moodseer sells now for $4,100 with a tablet; Moodspots sell for $1,500 each. [via CEPro]